Turkey Creek

This is yet another trail in Arizona, which is a nice, moderate, and rocky trail. There is one narrow slot that will be harder on wide trucks. You’ll pass through Turkey Creek several times, pass a mining operation, and see some cattle along the way. This trail also has some old ruins, plenty of interesting flora, and awesome rock formations. The north end of this trail hits a little town called Cleator. Not many people live there, but there is a bar and a few cabins for rent. The whole area is pretty cool in general. This trail can be reached from it’s southern end by taking exit 248 off I-17, heading north along Crown King Road, and staying to the left when the road branches toward Mayer. I reached this trail from Black Canyon Creek and there are also many ways to reach it from the north end. Enjoy the photos! Look on this page for the rest of them.

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